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just check this out. I was using this conference room the other day and it's really neat.
ICR rooms includes these features as standard:Voice Communications
The moderator of a conference has complete control of who is participating and what actions they can take.
Individual microphone and speaker volume adjustments
Share your screen content
Submited by Cristina Costas Sept. 24, 2005
Note: this program was developed by Geoff Kaye of Compued in Perth Western Australia. Geoff has worked tirelessly in developing what we call "low threshold technologies" that will work effectively in areas that have low connection speeds to the internet. (AussieK)
quite useful software that can be used for free to store information. It is called indisk and it allows the users to upload and download files.
It is quite simple to use, you just have to sign up for it. It's a Brazilian software but I am leaving you the link anyway!
submitted by Cristina Costa Sept. 24, 2005
I am always impressed with the quality sites that I find in the UK.
Another site that I really like getnetwise - you are just one click away
here is the introduction to an article on opensource from the OpportunityWales online guides area:
Could your business benefit from free, quality software? Of course it could. But, what's the catch? As long as you're reasonably PC literate (or know a web developer) there isn't one. Here's how you can cut costs by tapping into a growing movement called 'Open Source' software.
As its name suggests Open Source software includes publically available source code bundled with the product. By contrast commercial software, such as Microsoft Word, is 'closed source' - the source code is closely guarded by the developers and is never released. In practice this means that development of closed source products continues at the pace set by the developers and not by the users of the software.
Does this matter?
Yes. With Open Source software, the source code is available to its users, so anyone can add new features to the software. Because of its “open” nature, the software can also have less bugs as the users and developer join forces to find bugs, fix them and release new versions.
the full article [4 pages] is well worth a read.
iteamwork was recommended by Knowmate AussieK.
The methodology, implementation and interface are kept simple to insure that the focus is on managing projects rather than learning a new system.